SEOUL — More than 11,000 Kia Motors Corp. workers plan to go on strike again, although a date has not been set, to support their union's demand that parent company Hyundai Motors Co. Ltd. rehire all current workers. Hyundai purchased Kia in an international auction last fall. Workers also are demanding that Hyundai pay salaries and bonuses that went unpaid last year. Although Hyundai has promised to hire all Kia Motors workers, the automaker recently laid off about 30% of Kia Motor's ...
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